Earlier this year Disneyland Paris Resort closed on October 30th to comply with France's country-wide lockdown order, which took effect on the same date. However, in anticipation of celebrating the Christmas holiday season the resort had said that they are hoping to reopen in a few weeks and will be taking reservations from December 19 – January 3 and hope to be open based on prevailing conditions and government guidance at that time before closing back down from from January 4 through February 12.
However, as of this week French President Emmanuel Macron has ruled out opening theme parks over the holiday period, which means Disneyland Paris will stay closed through the end of the year and will now reopen on February 13, 2021, according to DLP Report.
This is the second closure for Disneyland Paris, which previously closed March 15 and reopened July 15, before reclosing last month. Disneyland Paris has not yet released a statement in response to this latest development.